Tag:File extension

  • Go language obtains the name, prefix and suffix of the file

    Time:2021-8-22

    Example code: package main import ( “fmt” “path” ) func main() { filename := “device/sdk/CMakeLists.txt” filenameall := path.Base(filename) filesuffix := path.Ext(filename) fileprefix := filenameall[0:len(filenameall) – len(filesuffix)] //fileprefix, err := strings.TrimSuffix(filenameall, filesuffix) fmt.Println(“file name:”, filenameall) fmt.Println(“file prefix:”, fileprefix) fmt.Println(“file suffix:”, filesuffix) } Execution results: file name: CMakeLists.txt file prefix: CMakeLists file suffix: .txt path.Base(filename) Gets the […]

  • How to modify the file extension? CMD shows the tutorial of modifying the file extension

    Time:2020-12-30

    Today, let’s see how to display or modify the file extension in CMD. It’s very simple. For details, please see the following graphic introduction. 1、 CMD displays or modifies the file extension 1. We click on the search box 2. We can input itcmd 3. Then we click to open the interface 4. We seeCMD […]

  • How to view file extension in Apple Mac system

    Time:2020-3-13

    How does Apple Mac view file extensions? How to set the suffix of Apple Mac display file? . Step 1: click the finder icon at the top of the MAC desktop, and then click “preferences” in the menu Step 2: in the finder preference setting dialog box, in the advanced options interface, click to check […]

  • Perl uses File:: Basename to get code for file extensions

    Time:2019-7-17

    File:: Basename module is used to extract directories, file names and suffixes in file paths.This article is an example of how to get all the file suffixes in / home / topgkw, where the directory returns null values.The detailed usage of this module can be seen through the perldoc File:: Basename command. It is suggested […]